A double anniversary delight.
For this years 10th Anniversary of the Orkney Wine Festival, we’re screening the bizarrely brilliant ‘DELICATESSEN’ for it’s 25th anniversary.
Kirkness & Gorie, Orkney’s oldest delicatessen (founded 1859,) invites you to celebrate the 25th anniversary of DELICATESSEN, at an evening of wine, cheese and film.
Doors open 7 pm. Film starts 8 pm.
£5 tickets in advance
Your ticket gets you a generous helping of the finest French cheeses and traditional accompaniments, plus a slice or two of French saucisson if you like that kind of thing. In addition, it gives you access to STRANGELY DELICIOUS, our pop-up wine bar, with a range of top-notch, film-friendly French wines to choose from. Not at wine-bar prices, NON! Not even at retail prices. No, tonight we’re offering you glasses and bottles of wine at 10% less than standard retail prices. So you can empty a bottle without emptying your wallet.
We’re limiting this event to 80 tickets, so make sure you get yours in good time.
Tickets on sale from 07 MAY @ Kirkness & Gorie, 11 Broad Street, Kirkwall and Stromness Books & Prints, 1 Graham Place, Stromness.
This zany, startling and clever debut film from co-directors Jean-Pierre Junet and Marc Caro gained cult satus, and saw future productions City Of Lost Children and Amelie cement their reputation as leading exemplars in their profession.
A post-apocalyptic future becomes the setting for pitch black humor in this visually intricate French comedy. This dark tale is played out in a brilliantly designed, glorious surreal alternate world reminiscent of the works of director Terry Gilliam, who co-presented the film’s American release. Like Gilliam, co-directors Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro hail from an animation background, and have a fondness for extravagant visuals, absurdist plot twists, sharp satire with broad slapstick and wicked sense of humor.